KEN: Well, hello there. I don’t know about you, but as a fellow listener, that music… It has an interesting impact, doesn’t it? I’m sitting here in the studio in central Pennsylvania in my bunker, and I’m hearing it, and just for a second I go, “Ah. Rush Limbaugh Show’s coming on.”
I forget that the world has changed. It’s probably some of the most recognizable introduction or music out there, when you think about it. Rotation, bumper rotation. It’s probably known around the world when you play it, I would imagine. I would imagine if you went to countries around the world, they would probably identify that more as, “Oh, yeah. That’s the Rush song” than the actual artist that did it.
Anyway, I wanted to start off with a thank-you, because so many people went to RushLimbaugh.com over the Easter holiday and watched the video tribute to Rush. It’s online now at RushLimbaugh.com. It’s free for you to watch. You’ll really enjoy it. It’s also fun to share. It’s about an hour-long tribute.
A lot of behind-the-scenes footage of the Rush Limbaugh Show, how Rush created it, how it evolved to become what it is because of you and the impact it’s made — well, as we said before — on the entire country and beyond. President Trump’s in it, Vice President Mike Pence, Justice Clarence Thomas. It’s a wonderful story, beautifully narrated by Kathryn Limbaugh. So, again, thank you — and if you haven’t done it yet, check it out at RushLimbaugh.com.